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  Given a circular arrangement of r0, ns “ t0, 1, . . . , nu, we define a k-chord to be

a (possibly degenerate) chord whose (possibly equal) endpoints add up to k. We say that three

chords of a circle are aligned if one of them separates the other two. Say that m ě 3 chords

are aligned if any three of them are aligned. For instance, in Figure 1, A, B, and C are aligned,

while B, C, and D are not.

ABCDB ACDE0 nu vtn − t

Figure 1 Figure 2

Claim. In a beautiful arrangement, the k–chords are aligned for any integer k.

Proof. We proceed by induction. For n ď 3 the statement is trivial. Now let n ě 4, and proceed

by contradiction. Consider a beautiful arrangement S where the three k–chords A, B, C are not

aligned. If n is not among the endpoints of A, B, and C, then by deleting n from S we obtain

a beautiful arrangement Sztnu of r0, n ´ 1s, where A, B, and C are aligned by the induction

hypothesis. Similarly, if 0 is not among these endpoints, then deleting 0 and decreasing all the

numbers by 1 gives a beautiful arrangement Szt0u where A, B, and C are aligned. Therefore

both 0 and n are among the endpoints of these segments. If x and y are their respective partners,

we have n ě 0 ` x “ k “ n ` y ě n. Thus 0 and n are the endpoints of one of the chords; say it

is C.

Let D be the chord formed by the numbers u and v which are adjacent to 0 and n and on the

same side of C as A and B, as shown in Figure 2. Set t “ u`v. If we had t “ n, the n–chords A,

B, and D would not be aligned in the beautiful arrangement Szt0, nu, contradicting the induction

hypothesis. If t ă n, then the t-chord from 0 to t cannot intersect D, so the chord C separates t

and D. The chord E from t to n´t does not intersect C, so t and n´t are on the same side of C.

But then the chords A, B, and E are not aligned in Szt0, nu, a contradiction. Finally, the case

t ą n is equivalent to the case t ă n via the beauty-preserving relabelling x ÞÑ n´x for 0 ď x ď n,

which sends t-chords to p2n ´ tq–chords. This proves the Claim.

Having established the Claim, we prove the desired result by induction. The case n “ 2 is

trivial. Now assume that n ě 3. Let S be a beautiful arrangement of r0, ns and delete n to obtain

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the beautiful arrangement T of r0, n ´ 1s. The n–chords of T are aligned, and they contain every

point except 0. Say T is of Type 1 if 0 lies between two of these n–chords, and it is of Type 2

otherwise; i.e., if 0 is aligned with these n–chords. We will show that each Type 1 arrangement

of r0, n´ 1s arises from a unique arrangement of r0, ns, and each Type 2 arrangement of r0, n´ 1s arises from exactly two beautiful arrangements of r0, ns.

If T is of Type 1, let 0 lie between chords A and B. Since the chord from 0 to n must be

aligned with A and B in S, n must be on the other arc between A and B. Therefore S can be

recovered uniquely from T. In the other direction, if T is of Type 1 and we insert n as above,

then we claim the resulting arrangement S is beautiful. For 0 ă k ă n, the k–chords of S are also

k–chords of T, so they are aligned. Finally, for n ă k ă 2n, notice that the n–chords of S are

parallel by construction, so there is an antisymmetry axis ℓ such that x is symmetric to n´x with

respect to ℓ for all x. If we had two k–chords which intersect, then their reflections across ℓ would

be two p2n ´ kq-chords which intersect, where 0 ă 2n ´ k ă n, a contradiction.

If T is of Type 2, there are two possible positions for n in S, on either side of 0. As above, we

check that both positions lead to beautiful arrangements of r0, ns.

Hence if we let Mn be the number of beautiful arrangements of r0, ns, and let Ln be the number

of beautiful arrangements of r0, n ´ 1s of Type 2, we have

Mn “ pMn´1 ´ Ln´1q ` 2Ln´1 “ Mn´1 ` Ln´1.

It then remains to show that Ln´1 is the number of pairs px, yq of positive integers with x`y “ n

and gcdpx, yq “ 1. Since n ě 3, this number equals ϕpnq “ #tx : 1 ď x ď n, gcdpx, nq “ 1u.

To prove this, consider a Type 2 beautiful arrangement of r0, n ´ 1s. Label the positions

0, . . . , n ´ 1 pmod nq clockwise around the circle, so that number 0 is in position 0. Let fpiq be

the number in position i; note that f is a permutation of r0, n ´ 1s. Let a be the position such

that fpaq “ n ´ 1.

Since the n–chords are aligned with 0, and every point is in an n–chord, these chords are all

parallel and

fpiq ` fp´iq “ n for all i.

Similarly, since the pn´1q–chords are aligned and every point is in an pn´1q–chord, these chords

are also parallel and

fpiq ` fpa ´ iq “ n ´ 1 for all i.

Therefore fpa ´ iqfp´iq ´ 1 for all i; and since fp0q “ 0, we get

fp´akq “ k for all k. (1)

Recall that this is an equality modulo n. Since f is a permutation, we must have pa, nq “ 1. Hence

Ln´1 ď ϕpnq.

To prove equality, it remains to observe that the labeling (1) is beautiful. To see this, consider

four numbers w, x, y, z on the circle with w ` y “ x ` z. Their positions around the circle satisfy

p´awq ` p´ayq “ p´axq ` p´azq, which means that the chord from w to y and the chord from

x to z are parallel. Thus (1) is beautiful, and by construction it has Type 2. The desired result



Whole grains" such as brown rice and barley rice improve diabetes, sleep, and depression


Mental health Lifestyle Diet

 Eating "whole grains" such as whole grain bread, brown rice, sprouted brown rice, millet rice, and barley rice lowers the risk of diabetes and obesity.

 Studies have also shown that a whole grain eating style can improve sleep and prevent depression.

Not All Carbohydrates Are Created Equal

 Choosing the right carbohydrates and adjusting the amount of carbohydrates you eat is the best approach to controlling diabetes. Of the three macronutrients, carbohydrates are the ones that have the most immediate impact on blood sugar, so we need to be careful about how we consume them.

 Eating refined flour or white rice, for example, may contain the same amount of carbohydrates, but because they contain less fiber, they are absorbed more quickly, leading to an increase in postprandial blood glucose." For diabetics who need to control their blood sugar, the recommendation is whole grains," says Carla Duenas.

 Duenas is a dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, a clinical care network with seven hospitals in the U.S. state of Florida. She stresses, "To achieve a healthy diet, whole grains should be included in the diet, along with high-quality protein, vegetables, and fruits."

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Replace white rice with brown rice

 Whole grains are grains that have not had their hulls, seed skins, embryos, or endosperm removed by processing such as milling.

 Many studies have shown that a diet rich in whole grains reduces the risk of diabetes, obesity, and heart disease more than a diet rich in refined grains.

 Familiar whole grains include foods such as bread, pasta, and oatmeal made from whole wheat grains, brown rice, sprouted brown rice, millet rice, and barley rice containing barley.

 Brown rice is a whole grain and rich in fiber. Although whole grains are not necessarily the best choice, replacing white rice with brown rice is recommended for people with diabetes or obesity," Duenas advises.

You get the fiber you tend to lack.

 Carbohydrates can be divided into simple carbohydrates, which raise blood glucose levels quickly, and complex carbohydrates, which raise them slowly. Simple carbohydrates are those found in sweets and fruits, while complex carbohydrates are those found in grains, potatoes, beans, and other foods.

 Complex carbohydrates take longer to be absorbed and raise blood glucose levels at a slower rate because they are broken down into simple carbohydrates before being digested and absorbed.

 Complex carbohydrates are "healthy carbohydrates. Whole grains such as unrefined flour and brown rice have properties similar to complex carbohydrates. They are rich in nutrients that are often lacking, such as fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, which are lost during the refining process," Duenas points out.

Refined carbohydrates can also cause insomnia.

 Thirty percent of adults suffer from insomnia, and part of the cause may be dietary style. Refined carbohydrates may increase the risk of insomnia in women, according to a study.

 The study showed that postmenopausal women who eat junk foods and soft drinks, especially those high in carbohydrates, are more likely to develop insomnia.

 Conversely, women who consume more fiber-rich fruits and vegetables have a decreased risk of insomnia.

 The study was conducted by James Ganwish and colleagues from the Bagelos School of Medicine at Columbia University in the United States.

77,860 women were studied for three years.

 Insomnia is often treated with pharmacotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy, both of which are costly to the patient and expensive. Improving one's diet is low-cost, easy to implement, and free of side effects," says Ganwish.

 The study is based on data from observational studies conducted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Women's Health Initiative Study (WHI) to obtain information to prevent and treat health problems among women.

 The researchers examined the association between insomnia and 77,860 postmenopausal women who participated in the WHI. They surveyed them about their dietary habits and followed them for three years from 1997 to 2001.

 The participants were analyzed by dividing them into five groups according to GI level, an index that indicates the ease with which blood glucose levels rise after a meal.

 The results revealed a 16% higher risk of developing insomnia and an 11% higher prevalence in the group with higher dietary GI values. The study also found that the higher the intake of vegetables and fruits, the lower the risk of insomnia.

The study also found a lower risk of developing depression.

 The study found that "a spike in blood glucose levels after a meal stimulates the secretion of insulin, which lowers blood glucose, and may lead to a state of hyperinsulinemia. As a result, blood glucose levels drop and the secretion of hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol increases, which may disrupt sleep," explains Ganwish.

 The foods that trigger insomnia may be processed foods that contain high levels of isomerized sugar, which is composed of fructose and glucose. Such foods are not found in nature, but are mass-produced industrially and sold cheaply.

 Fruits also contain fructose, but they are also rich in fiber. Fruits have a low GI and are thought to be less likely to cause postprandial blood sugar elevation.

 A study of 69,954 women who participated in the WHI, published by Ganwish and colleagues in 2015, also showed that women who ate a high GI diet had a 22% higher risk of developing depression.

 Gunwish noted, "We need randomized clinical trials to determine the benefits of improving diet and increasing intake of whole grains and complex carbohydrates to prevent and treat insomnia and depression."

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The North Atlantic Treaty

Article 10


The Parties may, by unanimous agreement, invite any other European State in a position to further the principles of this Treaty and to contribute to the security of the North Atlantic area to accede to this Treaty. Any State so invited may become a Party to the Treaty by depositing its instrument of accession with the Government of the United States of America. The Government of the United States of America will inform each of the Parties of the deposit of each such instrument of accession.




Article 11

This Treaty shall be ratified and its provisions carried out by the Parties in accordance with their respective constitutional processes. The instruments of ratification shall be deposited as soon as possible with the Government of the United States of America, which will notify all the other signatories of each deposit. The Treaty shall enter into force between the States which have ratified it as soon as the ratifications of the majority of the signatories, including the ratifications of Belgium, Canada, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States, have been deposited and shall come into effect with respect to other States on the date of the deposit of their ratifications.
















Positive message や Positive Role Model という概念



例えばポケモン ↓


Parents need to know that the long-running Pokémon series is based on characters from a popular video game, and is part of a giant licensing juggernaut. The Pokémon are kid-appealing, but the series features lots of fantasy violence, and pits the cute, monster-like characters against each other on behalf of their trainers. There are some positive messages (teamwork, sportsmanship, respecting elders), but it may be too intense for younger children.



Over the years, the energetic, imagination-filled, Japanese-inspired fantasy series has cut across cultural, gender, and age barriers to captivate a global audience of girls, boys, and even adults. But like any product that inspires obsessions, it has received its share of criticism. Folks may also find the franchise's massive commercial appeal disturbing, especially since the show is mainly geared towards kids.

The whole concept of human characters summoning subordinates to battle on their behalf may be troubling to some. This can potentially send iffy messages to children with pets, too. But despite the endless fantasy violence, Pokémon attempts to promote messages about choosing the right path in life and resolving differences peacefully--before the fighting starts.



Families can talk about the popularity of Pokémon in the United States. Why do people of all ages find it appealing? What are the most popular Pokémon? Why?

What are the differences between Pokémon and real-life pets. How do Ash and his friends care for their Pokémon? How do we care for pets differently? Why are the Pokémon loyal to them and fight on their behalf? How about Team Rocket? Can we ever expect animals to fight on our behalf?


There are many ways to introduce an academic essay or short paper. Most academic writers,

however, appear to do one or more of the following in their introductions:

· establish the context, background and/or importance of the topic

· indicate an issue, problem, or controversy in the field of study

· define the topic or key terms

· state of the purpose of the essay/writing

· provide an overview of the coverage and/or structure of the writing

Introductions to research articles and dissertations tend to be relatively short but quite complex.

Some of the more common moves include:

· establishing the context, background and/or importance of the topic

· giving a brief synopsis of the relevant literature

· indicating a problem, controversy or a knowledge gap in the field of study

· establishing the desirability of the research

· listing the research questions or hypotheses

· providing a synopsis of the research method(s)

· explaining the significance or value of the study

· defining certain key terms

· providing an overview of the dissertation or report structure

· explaining reasons for the writer's personal interest in the topic

Examples of phrases which are commonly employed to realise these functions are listed below.

Note that there may be a certain amount of overlap between some of the categories under which

the phrases are listed.

Establishing the importance of the topic for the world or society

X is a fundamental property of ….

X is fast becoming a key instrument in ….

X is a common disorder characterised by ….

X plays an important role in the maintenance of ….

Xs are the most potent anti-inflammatory agents known.

X is a major public health problem, and the main cause of ….

Xs are one of the most rapidly declining groups of insects in ....

In the new global economy, X has become a central issue for ….

X is the leading cause of death in western-industrialised countries.

Xs are one of the most widely used groups of antibacterial agents and ….

X is increasingly recognised as a serious, worldwide public health concern.

X is an important component in the climate system, and plays a key role in Y.

In the history of development economics, X has been thought of as a key factor in ….

Establishing the importance of the topic for the discipline

A key aspect of X is ….

X is a classic problem in ….

A primary concern of X is ….

X is at the heart of our understanding of ….

X is an increasingly important area in applied linguistics.






友達 "be careful out there"

増田 "何に"

友達 "North Korea is firing at you"

増田 "よくあることだし多分大丈夫だと思うよ"

友達 "I guess we're gonna be disabled from the global internet"

増田 "そうしたらもう本当に終わりだね。どこで知ったの?"

友達 "Underground news sources"

増田 "そうなんだ。プロキシとかtorとかも使えないの?"

友達 "tor is blocked. proxies are not working. at least, most of them.

but i'm prepared. i got tor, i got proxies. dunno if it will work."

増田 "そうなんだ"

友達 "Portuguese menu for Russian tourists: "We don't service the Russians. Go eat some stones. Bon appetit."


増田 "あー"

友達 "Russians are becoming the worldwide exiles"

増田 "レストランロシア人とそうでない人の見分けがつくんだろうか"

友達 "I can't even speak Russian in online games anymore.

they don't even care that I don't support the war"

増田 "ははは"

友達 " "Customers with Russian passport are not welcomed in our restaurant. We do understand that "normal" Russians are not responsible for criminal decisions of their government, but we have to do something already. By prohibiting the Russians to come in, we're making our contribution into the free Europe for our children." "


増田 "そう"

友達 "i'm disappointed in reddit"

増田 "何?"

友達 "i read a topic "stop shout abuse at russians"

they said "fuck you, we hated you russians before the war too" "

増田 "そう"

友達 "now i see the true face of the west.

I'm so disappointed...

I'm being witchhunted just because I'm Russian.

How does this differ from what Hitler did"

増田 "国同士なんて仲がいい方が珍しいしそんなもんだよ。今ごろ気がついたの?


友達 "USA talks about "peace in all the world" is a pack of fucking shit.

when they bomb the shit out Yugoslavia, it's legit, it's legal, it's OK, nobody hates americans.

when Russia is in war, every Russian should be burned"

増田 "アメリカは仕方ないね東京裁判も不当だったみたいだし"

友達 "i'm gonna stick to Asia. I'll learn Chinese and Japanese"(注:このstickをどう訳すべきかわからない)

友達 "I always made a distinction between government and people.

When USA and other countries do some shit, that's the government.

But when usual people say that they hate Russians...

I have to get out of Russia. In that manner, we're even worse than North Korea"

増田 "そういえば脱北者っていたね"

友達 "people who ran from NK are treated well. they're heroes.

but Russian people are not wanted anywhere"

増田 "そう"

友達 "there is information that there's gonna be a martial law in Russia. 5 or 6 of march"

増田 "本当?"

友達 "only rumors"

増田 "そうなんだ"

友達 "i'm against killing at all. hide.

友達 "I guess, we're repeating the history of Germany and Japan

増田 "そこそこ良いんじゃない?"

友達 "well, in Russian reality, it'll be worse"

増田 "知らん"

友達 "60% of our people is fucking stupid. they're lazy. they were taught that war is good. that nazis are everywhere around them. that stealing is good. they're corrupted. most of those people was born in USSR"

増田 "そう"

友達 "We have to be our own country, but free. Free of Putin and corruption and violence. Though I do not want to be Russian anymore.I love Russian culture but I hate the government"

増田 "そう"

友達 "people are saying that all Russians are guilty. fucking hypocrits. when USA bombed Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libya, Syria, and Hiroshima and Nagasaki, nobody seemed to mind.

when the West says: "We're tolerant, we're free, we're not racists", know that they lie"

増田 "そう"

友達 "the only nation that didn't say that all russians are guilty, was Japanese. I've heard that Japanese people think that only Putin is guilty. and not all Russians"

増田 "はいはい。というかそれ本当に言ってるの?"

友達 "I've asked a couple of my japanese friends"

増田 "this is.. probably very biased sample actually"(注:増田もたまに英語を使うことがある)

友達 "Well..."

増田 "私が知る限りそのredditトピック日本ネットでそこまで雰囲気変わらないと思う。ロシア食品店が襲われて壊されたらしいし"

友達 "then humankind is doomed"

増田 "ところで他の国の友達にもロシア人についてどう思ってるか聞いたの?"

友達 "they won't even speak to me, most of them"

増田 "あっ"

友達 "if they are affected by public opinion and ready to betray their friends, they're no longer my friends"

増田 "そう"

友達 "in Russia, we have a proverb "You can only find true friends in a trouble" "Друг познаётся в беде" "

増田 "日本語に似たようなことわざがあった気がしたけど今調べたら『昨日の友は今日の敵』しかなかった"

友達 "lol"


増田 "よかったね。……あ、ウクライナ人友達は話してくれるんだ"

友達 "we speak. ukrainian friends are still with me. just imagine. the victims of war are still friends with me. and this two-faced West fucks are not"

増田 "正直なところあんまり意外でもない"

友達 "those West fuck just love to write hate messages knowing that we can't do anything in return. that they are in comfort. they scream "NO TO WAR", and after that they go to a happy dinner with their families"

増田 "●●さんは本当に自分のことを西洋人とは思ってないんだな"

友達 "maybe i had some sparks of western in me. but now i fucking don't"

増田 "たいていの日本人にとって白人西洋。私も●●さんに会って話すまではそう思ってた"

友達 "well you know now that it's not"

増田 "うん"

増田 "制裁ロシア国民政府反旗を翻すことを目的に行われているらしい"(注:よく調べずに適当なことを言ったので間違ってるかも)

友達 "yes. but it's useless. people won't turn against government. they are zombified by propaganda"

増田 "デモ風景見たよ"

友達 "but there are not too much people. Russia is basically like Hitler's Germany now"

増田 "it's optimistic predict"

友達 "it's not optimistic at all. russians are being equated to fascists. they don't make the distinction. they say that we all are guilty

増田 "you have to hope you all aren't like german in Traité de Versailles"

友達 "well..."

友達 "in fact, if I say in Internet that I don't support war, I can go in jail for 15 years"

増田 "それにしてはあのredditロシア人普通にプーチン批判戦争反対を言ってたけど"

友達 "the law came after that post."

増田 "ええっ"

友達 "when they wrote it, it was OK. but now Putin does everything he can to stay in power. they're frantically making new laws. so they can stay in power for a little longer. what happens now is the blackest page in Russia's history. since Russia-Japan war"

増田 "日露戦争か"

友達 "USA always hated Russia. They are using every chance they get to destroy us. if instead of Russia it was Finland or China, attacking Ukraine, they wouldn't do shit about it. we several times tried to have friendly relationships with USA and each time they basically said "Fuck off, Russians". I didn't have any illusions about them before. but now I plainly fucking hate them. Japanese are the best"

増田 "また始まったよ"

増田 "具体的にアメリカは何をしてきたの?"

友達 "first time was during World War 2 lend-lease they helped us (注: チャットなので文章がところどころ適当になることがある)

we tried to be friends with them after, but they had secret plan to conquer USSR while it's weak. it was cancelled"

友達 "then Cold War, a lot of hating each other. next time we tried to be friends in 90s. "Bush's chicken legs", helping each other"

友達 "USA's bombing of Yugoslavia made us enemies again. since then, we were not friends"

増田 "どうしてそれがロシア関係あるの?"

友達 "when that happened, Russian premier Primakov was on the flight to USA. there was gonna be a deal that could help Russia greatly. when Primakov heard about Yugoslavia, he asked his pilot to turn around, back to Moscow, and cancelled that deal. in Russia, it's known as "Primakov's turn" "

増田 "なんでそれで帰るの?"

友達 "he didn't want to work with countries that act like that. it was a war crime"

増田 "プリマコフという人は今の日本ではあまり知られてませんよ。私も今初めて聞きました"

友達 "he's not well known in Russia too :D "

増田 "失脚させられたみたいだからね。こんな政治家について今のロシア報道されないのは自然だ"

友達 "he's still in government, if i remember correct"

増田 "……

エフゲニー・マクシモヴィチ・プリマコフロシア語: Евгений Максимович Примаков、ラテン文字転写の例:Evgenii Maksimovich Primakov、1929年10月29日 - 2015年6月26日」 "

友達 "ah"

増田 "やっぱりさ、西洋の人たちがロシア人全部を雑に罵倒してくるの仕方ないと思うんだよ"

友達 "meh. fuck them then. i'm not gonna contact them then"

増田 "charmという単語があるでしょう。likable appealという意味だよね"

友達 "you can say it that way, yes"

増田 "でもmagicという意味もある。超自然的で恐ろしくて強いものだ"

友達 "ok. and?"

増田 "日本語では魅力というけどこの"魅"は実は化け物のこと。


なんでアメリカ空爆ときロシア侵略とき世論全然違うのか? それはアメリカウクライナには魅力があるけどロシアやユーゴにはないからだよ。人間にはかわいくもかっこよくもない人々の命より好きな人ひとりのほうが大事なんだ"

友達 "for me, all people are the same. every life is equal. (注:ここでは彼は「生命尊い」とは言っていないが、普段の態度と前後文脈からそう思っているのが明らかなので勝手に足しておいた)

death of Yugoslavians person is as tragic as the death of American and other people"

増田 "●●さんはそうでもたいていの人はそうではないからね。だから仕方がないんだ。実のところ私も他人のこと言えないんだよ。だって私もシリア内戦とかクリミア侵略とか外国ニュースは気にしなかったのに、●●さんに出会たからってだけでウクライナ侵略ばかり気にしてるからその『西洋人たち』と同じなんだよ。だから、仕方がないと思う"

友達 "wakatta"





The Advance of Russia and the New World

A new world is being born before our eyes.

Russia's military operation in Ukraine has opened a new era - and in three dimensions at once.

And, of course, in the fourth, internal Russian dimension.

Here begins a new period both in ideology and in the very model of our socio-economic system - but we should talk about this separately a little later.

Russia is restoring its unity - the tragedy of 1991, this terrible catastrophe of our history, its unnatural dislocation, has been overcome.

Yes, at great cost, yes, through the tragic events of the actual civil war, because now there are still brothers shooting at each other, separated by belonging to the Russian and Ukrainian armies - but Ukraine as the anti-Russia will no longer exist.

Russia is restoring its historical wholeness by gathering the Russian world, the Russian people together - in its totality of Great Russians, Belarusians and Little Russians.

If we refused to do this, if we allowed the temporary division to take hold for centuries, we would not only betray the memory of our ancestors, but we would be damned by our descendants - for allowing the collapse of the Russian land.

Vladimir Putin took upon himself - without a bit of exaggeration - a historical responsibility, deciding not to leave the resolution of the Ukrainian question to future generations.

After all, the need to resolve it would always remain a major problem for Russia - for two key reasons.

And the issue of national security, that is, the creation of Ukraine as an anti-Russia and an outpost for Western pressure on us, is only the second in importance among them.

The first would always remain a complex of divided people, a complex of national humiliation - when the Russian house first lost part of its foundation (Kiev), and then was forced to accept the existence of two states no longer one, but two peoples.

That is, either to abandon its history, agreeing with the crazy versions that "only Ukraine is the real Russia," or to gnash their teeth helplessly, remembering the times when "we lost Ukraine.

Bringing Ukraine back, that is, turning it back to Russia, would be more and more difficult with each passing decade - the recoding, derussification of Russians, and the setting against Russian Little Russians-Ukrainians would gain momentum.

And if full geopolitical and military control of the West over Ukraine were consolidated, its return to Russia would become impossible at all - it would have to fight the Atlantic bloc for it.

Now this problem is gone - Ukraine has returned to Russia.

This does not mean that its statehood will be liquidated, but it will be restructured, re-established and returned to its natural state as part of the Russian world.

In what borders, in what form will the union with Russia be fixed (through the CSTO and the Eurasian Union or the Union State of Russia and Belarus)? This will be decided after the end of the history of Ukraine as anti-Russia.

In any case, the period of the split of the Russian people is coming to an end.

And here begins the second dimension of the coming new era - it concerns Russia's relations with the West.

Not even Russia, but the Russian world, that is, the three states, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, acting geopolitically as one.

These relations have entered a new stage - the West sees Russia's return to its historical borders in Europe.

And it loudly resents it, although deep in its heart it must admit that it could not be otherwise.

Did anyone in the old European capitals, Paris and Berlin, seriously believe that Moscow would give up Kiev? That Russians would forever be a divided people? And at the same time that Europe is uniting, when German and French elites are trying to seize control of European integration from the Anglo-Saxons and assemble a united Europe? Forgetting that the unification of Europe was only possible thanks to the unification of Germany, which happened by Russian good (albeit not very clever) will.

To take a swing at the Russian land after that is the top of ingratitude, but of geopolitical stupidity.

The West as a whole, and even more so Europe separately, did not have the strength to keep in its sphere of influence, let alone to take Ukraine.

Not to understand this, one had to be just geopolitical fools.

More precisely, there was only one option: to bet on the further collapse of Russia, that is, the Russian Federation.

But the fact that it did not work should have been clear twenty years ago.

And fifteen years ago, after Putin's Munich speech, even the deaf could hear that Russia was coming back.

Now the West is trying to punish Russia for coming back, for not justifying its plans to profit at its expense, for not allowing the expansion of the Western space to the east.

In seeking to punish us, the West thinks that relations with it are of vital importance to us.

But that's not true anymore - the world has changed, and not just the Europeans, but the Anglo-Saxons who run the West, understand this very well.

No Western pressure on Russia will get us anywhere.

Both sides will suffer losses, but Russia is ready for them morally and geopolitically.

But for the West itself, an increase in the degree of confrontation has enormous costs - and the main ones are not economic at all.

Europe, as part of the West, wanted autonomy - the German project of European integration does not make strategic sense while maintaining Anglo-Saxon ideological, military and geopolitical control over the Old World.

And it cannot succeed, because the Anglo-Saxons need a controlled Europe.

But Europe also needs autonomy for another reason - in case the United States moves to self-isolation (as a result of growing internal conflicts and contradictions) or concentrates on the Pacific region, where the geopolitical center of gravity is shifting.

But the confrontation with Russia, into which the Anglo-Saxons are dragging Europe, deprives Europeans of even a chance for autonomy - not to mention the fact that in the same way they are trying to impose on Europe a break with China.

While the Atlanticists are now happy that the "Russian threat" will unite the Western bloc, those in Berlin and Paris cannot but understand that, having lost hope of autonomy, the European project will simply collapse in the medium term.

That is why independent-minded Europeans are now completely uninterested in building a new iron curtain on their eastern borders - realizing that it will turn into a corral for Europe.

Whose century (half a millennium to be exact) of global leadership is in any case over - but various options for its future are still possible.

Because the construction of a new world order - and this is the third dimension of current events - is accelerating, and its contours are becoming clearer through the sprawling cover of Anglo-Saxon globalization.

The multipolar world has finally become a reality - the operation in Ukraine is unable to rally anyone but the West against Russia.

Because the rest of the world can see and understand perfectly well - this is a conflict between Russia and the West, this is a response to the geopolitical expansion of the Atlanticists, this is Russia's return of its historical space and its place in the world.

China and India, Latin America and Africa, the Islamic world and Southeast Asia - no one believes that the West rules the world order, much less sets the rules of the game.

Russia has not just challenged the West - it has shown that the era of Western global dominance can be considered fully and finally over.

The new world will be built by all civilizations and centers of power, of course, together with the West (united or not) - but not on its terms and not by its rules.



However, EU nations are split on whether to take this step or not. Senior EU sources have told CNN that there is a divide in the member states between countries like Poland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania who want SWIFT as part of the sanctions package that will be announced later today, and the likes of Germany, Italy, Hungary and Cyprus, who have stronger economic ties to Russia and do not want SWIFT included in the new sanctions.







Has the Beneficiary/Applicant ever withheld custody of a U.S. citizen child outside the United States from a person granted legal custody by a U.S. court, voted in the United States in violation of any law or regulation or renounced U.S. citizenship for the purpose of avoiding taxation?


Is the Beneficiary/Applicant now or has he/she ever been a member of, or in any way connected or associated with the Communist Party, or ever knowingly aided or supported the communist party directly, or indirectly through another organization, group or person, or ever advocated, taught, believed in, or knowingly supported or furthered the interests of communism?


Did Beneficiary/Applicant, between March 23, 1933 and May 8, 1945, in association with either the Nazi Government of Germany, either order, incite, assist or otherwise participate in the persecution of any person because of race, religion, national origin or political opinion?


Has the Beneficiary/Applicant ever left the United States to avoid being drafted into the U.S. Armed Forces?


Does the Beneficiary/Applicant plan to practice polygamy in the U.S.?


Has the Beneficiary/Applicant within the past ten years been a prostitute or procured anyone for prostitution, or intend to engage in such activities in the future?


Has the Beneficiary/Applicant ever knowingly encouraged, induced, assisted, abetted or aided any alien to try to enter the U.S. illegally?


Has the Beneficiary/Applicant ever illicitly trafficked in any controlled substance, or knowingly assisted, abetted or colluded in the illicit trafficking of any controlled substance?


Has Beneficiary/Applicant ever engaged in any unlawful commercialized vice, including, but not limited to, illegal gambling?


Does the Beneficiary/Applicant intend to engage in espionage in the U.S.?



I want to write something on this website.

Do you know the difference between “excuse me” and “excusez moi”?




A total of 3030 participants were randomly assigned to the recommendation to wear masks, and 2994 were assigned to control; 4862 completed the study. Infection with SARS-CoV-2 occurred in 42 participants recommended masks (1.8%) and 53 control participants (2.1%). The between-group difference was −0.3 percentage point (95% CI, −1.2 to 0.4 percentage point; P = 0.38) (odds ratio, 0.82 [CI, 0.54 to 1.23]; P = 0.33). Multiple imputation accounting for loss to follow-up yielded similar results. Although the difference observed was not statistically significant, the 95% CIs are compatible with a 46% reduction to a 23% increase in infection.


Multiple imputation accounting for loss to follow-up yielded similar results. Although the difference observed was not statistically significant, the 95% CIs are compatible with a 46% reduction to a 23% increase in infection.






  • これまでの経過






























また、現在受けているEAT治療は、一定の臨床例の報告こそあるが、日本発祥国外での実施例に乏しい + 一時はかなり怪しい治療扱いされていた(現在免疫学などの進歩により、一部機序説明可能になってきたため再評価されつつある……らしい)ため、強力なエビデンスに乏しい。




1. ABC15, Unheard Concerns: Thousands blame COVID-19 vaccine for hearing problems (2021/9/17)


2. ABC15, UA Professor examines possible link between COVID-19 vaccine and tinnitus (2021/9/22)


3. ABC10, In-Depth: Can the COVID-19 vaccines cause ringing in the ears or tinnitus? (2021/9/22)






4. 河北新報, 「ワクチン後遺症」知って 23歳女性、長引く体調不良訴える (2021/11/17)


5. 河北新報, ワクチン後遺症、私も同じ」 社会的サポート求める声、全国から多数 (2021/11/30)


6. 中日新聞, 倦怠感、1カ月超の声 長引く副反応つらい (2021/12/2)




7. 日経メディカル, 谷口恭の「梅田GPがどうしても伝えたいこと」 「ポストコロナワクチン症候群」は存在するか (2021/9/22)



8. chage.org, 長期化する新型コロナワクチン副反応に対する調査と結果の開示、報道理解を求めます














たとえば俺が好きな曲に「 allegro cantabile /SUEMITSU & THE SUEMITH/のだめカンタービレ OP」と「グルッポ/茶太/Like a Butler OP」があって、この2つは音楽の感じか俺の中では似てるんだが、そもそも音楽ジャンル的に似てるのか、コードが近いのか、技法が近いのか、ぶっちゃけパクリに近いのか、そういったことさえ何も分からん




FAT PROP "Close My Eyes" Official Music Video - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYpRg0uAvuI

ストレイテナー - Melodic Storm - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtoAJF-jQjE

The Flare / the HIATUS - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T48v5digyj0

Between The Trees - The Way She Feels - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=751x-Iyargg

Yellowcard - Ocean Avenue (Official Video) - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9fLbfzCqWw

Paramore: Ignorance [OFFICIAL VIDEO] - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OH9A6tn_P6g









Global Income Inequality, 1820-2020: The Persistence and Mutation of Extreme Inequality


these two components of global inequality have moved separately between 1910 and 2020: within-country inequality dropped in 1910- 1980 (while between-country inequality kept increasing) but rose in 1980-2020 (while between-country inequality started to decline).

As a consequence of these contradictory and compensating evolutions, early 21st century neo-colonial capitalism involves similar levels of inequality as early 20th century colonial capitalism,












そこに変化を起こしたのは、英文学研究者イヴセジウィック1986年の著書”Between Men: English Literature and Male Homosocial Desire”(邦訳『男同士の絆――イギリス文学ホモソーシャル欲望1990年)です。































































































君がため 春の野に出て ハルツーム
















































シンクタンク↔︎ 馬鹿が戦車でやって来る




We consider ideals as places. Eliminating places except for one where you are standing, you can make the problem easily solved. What matters is there are any differences between the global information and information obtained by gathering local information.







A creative member of the Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony music was found to have been a fierce bullying assailant in the past.

Keigo Oyamada (born 1969) became a creative member of the Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony music.

In an interview with a music magazine in the 1990s, He talked about being a perpetrator of bullying as if it were a funny thing.

Interview in the January 1994 issue of the music magazine "Rockin' On Japan 20,000-word interview with Keigo Oyamada"

"Also, the bullying was really bad at my school."

 But you said you were the bully.

"Yeah. I bullied him. When I think about it now, it was really awful. I'd like to take this opportunity to apologize (laughs) because I've been bullying him pretty hard."

 Did you do something that bad?

"Yes. Yes, it's against the rules of humanity. I would strip them completely naked, wrap a string around them, and make them masturbate. They feed you shit. And backdropping him after he ate shit."

The school he attended was a combination of primary, secondary, high school and university.

The school offers "joint education" where normal children and disabled children are placed in the same class.

A writer who read this interview planned a dialogue between the "bully" and the "bullied", but it did not happen.

It became a personal interview with Keigo Oyamada.

There was a guy named Sawada. He was a very epoch-making guy, and he came to the school when I was in the second grade. It was a shock to the whole school (laughs). When he moved to a new school and introduced himself, he would suddenly say (in a tone that sounded like he had a speech impediment), "I'm Sawada. It's like, "Wow, that's great! Then, on the first day at the new school, I took a dump. It's a felony for elementary school students to take a dump at school, isn't it?

There was a cardboard box or something like that, and I put Sawada in it, tied it all up with duct tape, made air holes in it (laughs), and said, "Hey, Sawada, are you okay? (laughs) Then, with a chalkboard eraser or something, I slapped it around and said, "Poison gas attack! (laughs) Then, I took a blackboard eraser and said, "Poison gas attack! ...? He said something really interesting. I don't know what it was, but he said something like "Mommy" or something like that (laughs), and everyone burst out laughing.

When it comes to his jersey, everyone takes it off, but it's nothing for him to take his dick out, so he just walks around with it out. But he's got a big dick, and it's been that way since elementary school, but in high school it got even bigger (laughs). (laughs) The girls would react to it, so we would take it off on purpose and have him walk down the hallway.




Every single procedure has been convoluted, done through a website that was designed on Office 365 and god, WHY do they insist on every piece of information being sent through an excel sheet? None of their new fancy apps work so all of our info was ultimately sent through e-mail.

Speaking of email, 99% of my emails have gone unanswered. I am supposed to be the liaison between my organization and the organizing committee, but that’s REALLY hard when they won’t give me the time of day. When they DO answer emails, they can't answer basic questions.



友人や家族チームメイトなど、性的関係ではない『プラトニック関係』は、"&" で区切って表現しますってフツーに書かれてる 



How do I tag a romantic or platonic relationship?

Romantic and/or sexual relationships are indicated by using a slash ("/") separator (for example, Mickey Mouse/Minnie Mouse). Nonsexual, non-romantic relationships—such as platonic relationships between friends, family, teammates, etc.—are indicated with an "&" separator (for example, Hinata Shouyou & Kozume Kenma).


Platonic and romantic relationship tags are separate, so searching and filtering by Aerith Gainsborough & Sephiroth won't show results tagged with Aerith Gainsborough/Sephiroth unless both tags are added to the particular work or bookmark.



anond:20210706015327 anond:20210706023340 anond:20210706032641




  1. エロ(eros)に良いも悪いも無い
  2. セックス(性交)は自己選択で楽しんで行うものセックスはさせてあげるものでも、第三者強要されるものでもない
  3. 恋愛は性行為(キス含む)の描写が無くても描ける。キスセックス義務ではない
  4. 左右(ネコとタチ)固定とかただのフェチ。無理矢理・嫌がる描写フェチフェチ描写構成されているBL普通にポルノ
  5. 親が子に詳しくセックスについて説明して良い発達状態にないかも知れないので、


Apple 年齢制限指定 - App Store Connect ヘルプ


年齢制限指定は、必須の App 情報プロパティであり、App Storeペアレンタルコントロール使用されます。App の年齢制限指定を設定するには、 こちらを参照してください。

 4+ この年齢制限指定の App は好ましくない内容を一切含みません。
 9+   この年齢制限指定の App には以下のコンテンツが含まれることがあり、9 歳未満の子どもには不適切場合があります
 12+ この年齢制限指定の App には以下のコンテンツが含まれることがあり、12 歳未満の子どもには不適切場合があります


他の増田があげてたAO3(Archive of Our Own)の年齢レーティング

Teen And Up Audiences

The content may be inappropriate for audiences under 13.

 → R13 作者の判断に委ねられているが、キス・ボディタッチなどが該当

What's the difference between "general" and "teen and up" or "mature" and "explicit"?


This is left to the creator's judgment. People disagree passionately about the nature and explicitness of content to which younger audiences should be exposed. The creator's discretion to choose between "general" and "teen and up" or between "mature" and "explicit" is absolute: we will not mediate any disputes about those decisions. Instead, we encourage creators to consider community norms, whether fandom-specific or more general (such as how you'd expect a video game or movie with similar content to be rated), in selecting a rating.


What's the difference between "teen and up" and "mature"?


Likewise, this is almost entirely up to the creator's judgment. In response to valid complaints about highly explicit content, the abuse team may redesignate a fanwork marked "general" or "teen and up" to "not rated," as explained in the abuse policy, but our policy is generally to defer to the creator's decision.











Parents need to know that the long-running Pokémon series is based on characters from a popular video game, and is part of a giant licensing juggernaut. The Pokémon are kid-appealing, but the series features lots of fantasy violence, and pits the cute, monster-like characters against each other on behalf of their trainers. There are some positive messages (teamwork, sportsmanship, respecting elders), but it may be too intense for younger children.



Over the years, the energetic, imagination-filled, Japanese-inspired fantasy series has cut across cultural, gender, and age barriers to captivate a global audience of girls, boys, and even adults. But like any product that inspires obsessions, it has received its share of criticism. Folks may also find the franchise's massive commercial appeal disturbing, especially since the show is mainly geared towards kids.

The whole concept of human characters summoning subordinates to battle on their behalf may be troubling to some. This can potentially send iffy messages to children with pets, too. But despite the endless fantasy violence, Pokémon attempts to promote messages about choosing the right path in life and resolving differences peacefully--before the fighting starts.



Families can talk about the popularity of Pokémon in the United States. Why do people of all ages find it appealing? What are the most popular Pokémon? Why?

What are the differences between Pokémon and real-life pets. How do Ash and his friends care for their Pokémon? How do we care for pets differently? Why are the Pokémon loyal to them and fight on their behalf? How about Team Rocket? Can we ever expect animals to fight on our behalf?







[] 実験と○○が一致しなかった場合言い訳英文










The difference between experiment and ○○ may stem (come) from several sources such as ....


The looser agreement with the experiment is probably related to ....




Four years after the Fukushima accident, TC screening data from the first and second round (up to December 2014) were compared with the Japanese nationwide annual TC incidence, and with the incidence in one area of Fukushima prefecture selected as reference (Tsuda et al., 2016). The authors reported that the observed number of TCs was substantially higher than the expected number based on national and regional incidence data, and concluded that this increase could be attributed to ionizing radiation exposure from the accident. This ecological study has been strongly criticized by scientists around the world because of serious methodology limitations; further, the study conclusions are not supported by the results (Davis, 2016, Jorgensen, 2016, Korblein, 2016, Shibata, 2016, Suzuki, 2016, Takahashi et al., 2016, Takamura, 2016, Wakeford et al., 2016). Limitations of ecological study design are well-known, although the authors did not acknowledge the issue of ecologic fallacy. Another criticism was that the data from the Fukushima screening program are not directly comparable with the cancer registry data from the rest of Japan where systematic advanced ultrasound technology is not used to detect cases. The authors of these criticisms suggested that though the increased TC number could be associated with the exposure from radioactive fallout, a more plausible conclusion would be that the screening program is finding an anticipated increase in TC detection across the Fukushima prefecture. Indeed, Tsuda and colleagues did not consider the latent properties of TC, nor the fact that a prevalent cancer detected by screening might have had first preclinical manifestations of abnormality before the nuclear accident.Thereafter, several researchers have analysed the relationship between radiation exposure (with different estimated exposure levels, mostly using an external dose) and TC prevalence and incidence in residents aged ≤18 years in the Fukushima prefecture at time of the disaster (Kato, 2019, Nakaya et al., 2018, Ohira et al., 2019a, Ohira et al., 2020, Ohira et al., 2019b, Ohira et al., 2016, Ohira et al., 2018, Suzuki et al., 2016, Toki et al., 2020, Yamamoto et al., 2019), but no radiation-related risks have been demonstrated to date.




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